KAILASA Attends the 15th International Forum of NGOs on “Transforming Mentalities” Organized by UNESCO

Paris, France, January 24, 2024 – Representatives of KAILASA Contribute to Global Dialogue Addressing Inequalities Within Societies

The Head of KAILASA Francophone, Ma Nithya Venkateshananda, represented KAILASA at the 15th International Forum of NGOs in Official Partnership with UNESCO – Transforming Mentalities at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris.

Building on the ground-breaking work undertaken by UNESCO as part of its Roadmap against Racism and Discrimination, including the Transforming MEN’talities initiative, the 15th International Forum of NGOs, in official partnership with UNESCO on “Transforming Mentalities” seeks to gather examples of good practices in challenging the stagnant inequalities within societies and build concrete recommendations for action at the local level.

To address this global challenge, KAILASA opened a new dialogue on the following questions:

How can global initiatives draw inspiration from KAILASA’s en-Pregnancy Care for Maternal and Family Health program, aligning indigenous spiritual traditions with modern healthcare practices to promote a more holistic and culturally enriched approach to parenting? Furthermore, how might these initiatives incorporate the values of mother worship and the matrilineal society from Hinduism, as emphasized by THE SPH BHAGAVAN SRI NITHYANANDA PARAMASHIVAM, to empower women in diverse communities globally?

Ma Nithya Venkateshananda presented KAILASA’s solutions for conscious parenting, allowing children to grow in stable families, even before birth. Parenting is a profound journey involving not only a child’s physical well-being but also the spiritual and cultural aspects that shape their identity now and in the future.

KAILASA’s approach to parenting extends beyond conventional practices, incorporating the en-Pregnancy Care for Maternal and Family Health program. This program combines Hindu indigenous spiritual traditions with modern healthcare practices, creating an optimal environment for the unborn child.

THE SUPREME PONTIFF OF HINDUISM (SPH), BHAGAVAN SRI NITHYANANDA PARAMASHIVAM, emphasizes the inherent capacity of women to hold together and stabilize ecosystems, families, teams, or communities. This unique approach within Hinduism creates an empowering ecosystem for women to manifest their intuitive intelligence and innate power, contributing to the stability and functionality of various spheres of life.

Ma Nithya Venkateshananda also met with the President of the International Conference of NGOs and President of the NGO-UNESCO Liaison Committee – Mr. Nick Newland, along with the Chief of the Inclusion, Rights, and Dialogue Section, Social and Human Sciences Sector of UNESCO – Ms. Anna Maria Majlöf, and Ms. Garance Sarlat – Social and Human Sciences Sector, UNESCO.

Ma Nithya Venkateshananda presented all of them with copies of the “UNITED STATES OF KAILASA: Revival of the Ancient Enlightened Hindu Civilizational Nation” book and various other gifts. KAILASA is honored to collaborate with UNESCO on these global issues.

KAILASA remains committed to fostering gender equality and stability in the world by reviving ancient Hindu principles.

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